This presentation addresses what you need to know about filing your taxes and deductions you and your family may be missing, and all the latest information for the new effective tax rates. Learn about new caps on mortgage interest, property, state, and local income taxes, and deductions for the new year.
This presentation explains the new law and how it will affect you:
- snapshot of standard deductions vs itemizing
- impact of the act on child support
- the increased child tax credit
- education related provisions and 529s
- medical deductions
- and the coming 2019 alimony changes
Nancy Goldfarb is a Divorce financial analyst, mediator, and collaborative divorce professional. She is the founder of Smart Transition Strategies, serving New York and New Jersey clients, and offering tax, financial planning and mediation services to its clients. Goldfarb helps those in the middle of difficult transitions whether due to divorce, death, retirement, or something else. Her processes and services help her clients organize their life, optimize financial results, minimize tax exposure, and make educated choices. Goldfarb graduated from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics, and an MBA in Finance from New York University Stern School of Business. She is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Public Accountant and she earned her Certified Divorce Financial Analyst designation in 2012.